300 Sequel

300: Rise of an Empire

Don’t call it a comeback, Sparta has been here for years. Abs flexing, motion slowing, blood splattering. This trailer is everything we were promised from 300: Rise of an Empire, at least based on the pedigree established by Zack Snyder’s first film. This time around it’s directed by Noam Murro, whose only directorial credit was the intelligent Sundance-debuting comedy Smart People. I enjoyed that film a great deal in 2008. This, however, is a CGI-designed horse of a different color. The good news? It looks exactly like 300…



It was a big day on the Internet for Guy Ritchie. Vulture reports that the sequel to the hugely successful sword and sandals film 300 has been taken out of its original director Zack Snyder’s hands and placed into Ritchie’s. The film is called Xerxes and is another adaptation of a Frank Miller graphic novel. Snyder was developing the sequel already, but now Ritchie will have the opportunity to put his own stamp on the project. I guess that means all of the fight scenes are going to go from being slowed down to sped up? Regardless, if they are able to cut a trailer with enough macho posturing to lure all of the fans of 300 back into the theater, then this could be a real coup for the director. But that’s not all. Ritchie also has a sequel to his successful 2009 film Sherlock Holmes coming out in December. E Online reports that this film has gone from being known as Untitled Sherlock Holmes Sequel to the slightly more fetching Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows. Eh, I don’t know; it kind of sounds like a role-playing game. Untitled Sherlock Holmes Sequel might have been the thing to go with after all. It lets the people know what they’re getting. All of my snickering and sniping aside, this is pretty big news for a filmmaker I went about nine years without thinking about. It was like, he made Lock, Stock and Snatch and then he totally disappeared until […]



Since the release of 300 in 2006, fans have been enamored with director Zack Snyder’s ability to translate the style of Frank Miller to the cinematic medium. Now, we are finally seeing some movement in sequel territory.

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